1. 来源于意大利语，是意大利语对法语单词 hautbois, hautboy 的音译。
- oboe:  The oboe gets its name from its high pitch. Its ultimate ancestor was French hautbois, a compound of haut ‘high’ and bois ‘wood’ (the oboe is a woodwind instrument). English acquired this in the 16th century as hautboy, but from the 18th century it was gradually ousted by the Italian version of the word, oboe (itself originally an acquisition from French).
- oboe (n.)
- 1724, from Italian oboe, from phonetic spelling of Middle French hautbois (itself borrowed in English 16c. as hautboy), from haut "high, loud, high-pitched" (see haught) + bois "wood" (see bush (n.)). So called because it had the highest register among woodwind instruments. Related: Oboist.
- 1. The oboe and the clarinet have got certain features in common.
- 2. I encourage oboe and clarinet players to use plenty of vibrato.
- 3. a trio for piano, oboe and bassoon
- 4. The oboe tends to lose power in the upper register , but with the clarinet the opposite is the case.
- 双簧管往往在高音区效果不佳, 而单簧管则正好相反.
- 5. In the middle section the " fixed idea " reappears in waltz time, introduced by flute and oboe.
- 在中部, 长笛和双簧管用园舞曲的节奏再次引出了 “ 固定乐思 ”.
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